The latest Windows 10 monthly update keeps creating problems. One of the latest that has been detected is a bug in the start menu that prevents users from opening it.
As we have said on other occasions, updating Windows 10 is like riding a roller coaster and is fraught with dangers and emotions. And, despite the fact that each update solves many bugs, unfortunately it also usually comes with new problems.
This September’s Windows 10 update is no exception. A day after it was released, many users complained that it had broken Sleep mode on many computers. But this was not all: later, users have also reported login problems, temporary user profile error, blue screen of death and other minor errors.
Now a good number of people have started reporting a new Windows 10 bug that is significantly interfering with the use of the equipment. According to user reports, September update has broken access to start menu and activity center.
As pointed out by those affected, what happens is that the menu is not displayed when you click the start button, and the only way to get it working again is to uninstall the KB4571756 patch that was installed on September 8th.
As explained in Windows Latest, what happens is that this patch comes with a hidden change that is intended to improve the experience of using the tablet for convertible or hybrid computers. But this modification is also affecting normal computer users, blocking access to the start menu and the activity center from the start button.
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At the moment, Microsoft has not released a fix for this problem, so that if you are suffering from it, the only thing you can do is uninstall the patch or use the system restore function. [Fuente: Windows Latest]